Starting price: 540 GBP
Price realized: 800 GBP
UNITED KINGDOM. Elizabeth II, 1952-.
Gold 50 pence, 2005. Royal Mint. Proof.
Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, published on 15 April 1755.
Fourth crowned head of HM Elizabeth II facing right; IRB below; ELIZABETH · II · D · G REG · F · D · 2005. Design by Ian Rank-Broadley. / Entries from the Dictionary for the words FIFTY and PENCE in four lines, 50 above, 'JOHNSON'S DICTIONARY 1755' below. Design by Tom Phillips. Edge plain.
In secure plastic holder, graded PCGS PR70 DCAM, certification number 40812458.
PCGS population in this grade: 3, equal-finest graded.
Reference: S-H14 (was 4616)
Diameter: 27.3 mm.
Thickness: 1.78 mm.
Weight: 15.5 g. (AGW=0.4570 oz.)
Composition: 917/1000 Gold.
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